Six of the Best Public Parks in the Northern Beaches.
Keeping the kids entertained on a warm, sunny day is challenging at the best of times. If you’re looking for a low-cost activity for the kids until the sun goes down, then head over to your local playground.
Swings, slides and a scrumptious picnic…
We’ve put together a list of the best public parks in Dee Why and Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Let’s start with one of the parks in our hometown, Dee Why.
Dee Why – Michaela Howie Playground
Take the kids and your pooch out for a fun day in the park. The Michaela Howie playground next to Dee Why Beach is a popular playground for all kids. The play area is fenced, has slides, climbing gear, and a swing set.
While the kids are having fun on the equipment, you can relax at the picnic tables while overlooking at Dee Why Beach. Make a day out of it by grabbing the picnic basket, food and drinks.
Manly Lagoon Park
Take the Manly Four Beaches walk and finish up at Manly Lagoon Park. The playground, located in Cameron Avenue, is known as one of Manly’s finest. The modern playground has a spider climbing web, swings, and even a sandpit.
The older kids can take their bikes and ride around the footpaths. There are more paths to ride bikes outside of the park too, just beware your kids don’t go too close to the lagoon.